The Vought Channel at iModeler

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Tamiya F4U-1A Corsair, 1/48. The Big Hog.

I thought I'd finally get around to posting this Corsair I built last year, making it so all my Corsairs are uploaded here in one form or another. This model in particular taught me a lot and I am planning on basically remaking it (but as a di[...]

1/32 scale Tamiya Vought F4U-1A CORSAIR VF-17 US Navy military aircraft

1/32 scale Tamiya Vought F4U-1A CORSAIR VF-17 US Navy military aircraft from World War II, February 1944 Bougainville, New Guinea. Flown by pilot Ira C. Kepford. Technical data: Tamiya kit, aftermarket details: Eduard wheels, HGW seatbelts, Mon[...]

Throwback Thursday: OS2N-1

Monogram OS2U converted to an N-1 by saying N instead of U. It might be more complicated then that, but yolo. The Naval Aircraft Factory took on building Kingfishers after Vought was told to focus on Corsairs in '42. This one served with Scout[...]

The V-173 “Flying Pancake,” did it stack up?

Aerodynamics are a funny thing. In the 1930s, flight was only three decades old. People who had never seen a man fly let alone an aircraft at one time were still very much alive, in fact only middle aged. As new as the concept was, aviation was [...]

Vought F4U-1D Corsair – US Navy VF-84 – USS Bunker Hill – Febr.1945

Bonjour chers iModelers, I am glad to introduce my latest model, a very classic Corsair from VF-84, but I wanted it on my shelf. It is the well-known Tamiya kit which is, despite of its age, a more than excellent kit. My first try with chippin[...]

Fernando Soto’s F4U-5NL (Hasegawa 1/48

Fernando Soto's Corsair, done back in 2003 with the Hasegawa 1/48 F4U-5N kit A little-known fact of Corsair operations is that of the six air forces that flew the type operationally, two used their Corsairs against each other in the last air wa[...]

1/72 Revell F4U-4B

Revell's quite recent kit of the F4U-4 which has some short cuts and emmisions due to being offered as both an F4U-1 and F4U-4. I didn't bother with most of the inaccuracies and built the kit mostly out of the box. The overall shape however is v[...]

My Corsair family

I suspect that most people who build model airplanes are very familiar with the famous Vought F4U Corsair fighter from WWII and Korea.  Likewise, many are familiar with the A7 Corsair II which served the US Navy and later the Air National Guard [...]

Azur 1/72 V-156 F Vindicator

I bought this kit for $10 at a contest, after calling a friend to ask if he could vac-form new canopies, as those in the kit were yellow as burnt wheat! The kit was a mix - it has nicely engraved panel lines, some nice resin additions (bomb sha[...]

Tamiya 1/48 F4U Corsair

Have not been active for a while so here is a little something I have been working on and recently finished. Tamiya have made a really amazing kit with an adequate level of detail. There were very few issues during the building, painting and wea[...]